Benvenuti Interisti!

I AM: Rachel/19/from the U.S.
I love soccer, superheroes, sexy villains, drawing, reading, and the arts
clubs I Support Internazionale,
Real madrid


Italian Serie A
The Champions League
The europa league
British Premier League
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D


by Neil Gaiman


Two Door Cinema Club
mumford & sons

And when I'm not here or I'm not watching a match I can be found fangirling over a certain tea drinking, Shakespeare reciting, overly polite, constantly apologizing, mischief making loon from London

over here my Tom Hiddleston blog

The Difference Between True Supporters and Glory Supporters.


When their club wins a game.

Real Supporter: Hell yeah! I knew they could do it! (This may vary, as some people are more excitable than others.)

When their club loses a game.

Real Supporter: Well, shit. This fucking blows, but hopefully we can use this as a stepping stone to better ourselves. Every game, win or lose, is a learning experience. (Some may also cry, depending on the game. Again, it depends on the person.)
Glory Supporter: What the fuck is this shit? We need to get new players, because these guys obviously don’t know what the hell they’re doing. Why did we buy that guy? He made one mistake, so he needs to go. He shouldn’t be playing football!

When a Real Supporter comes into contact with a Glory Supporter.

Go. Get the fuck out. You do not deserve to associate with us if you’re going to act like that. We’re going to lose some games or competitions - shit fucking happens. We can’t win every single thing, every single time. If you can’t stand behind the team through their highs AND their lows, then you can go like some other sport. Being a football supporter means showing you’re proud your club, regardless of whether they’re “winners” or not. We don’t expect them to play perfectly during every single game, because they’re fucking human. Humans make mistakes. The only thing we ask of them is that they do their best. And if they have a bad game for whatever reason, we stand behind them and show them that we’re still there, regardless of the score. Because that’s what real supporters do. We SUPPORT. During the good times AND the bad times.

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If you dislike Mateo Kovačić you need to rething your life.

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Drone fligt -> San Siro/Giuseppe Meazza stadium. 

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#San Siro

Iker Casillas & Cristiano Ronaldo asked by Anon

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#Real Madrid


Love yourself as much as Zlatan Ibrahimovic loves himself, even if it involves talking in third person about yourself, do it, you’re fabulous, also don’t let people touch you, no one touches Zlatan.

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football meme

[1/3] Football is one of the world’s best means of communication. It is impartial, apolitical and universal. Football unites people around the world every day. Young or old, players or fans, rich or poor, the game makes everyone equal, stirs the imagination, makes people happy and makes them sad.” – Franz Beckenbauer

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#Inter Milan #interisti

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#Inter Milan

About tonight’s match:


  1. I LOVE Samir, he’s the best.
  2. We can’t play like that. Slow, slow, SLOW. I understand that some of the players aren’t 100% fit yet, but that was embarrassing (thank God Torino didn’t play better than us).
  3. We need to buy another striker. Someone that is not Biabiany.
  4. Doveri (the referee) is a disgrace to football.

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I’d like not to talk about the referee for one time but fuck, it’s impossible.

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Cred ♥